Mzansi singer, Zodwa Wabantu, took to social media after a performance in Bloemfontein this past weekend to clap back at men who thought they knew her and thought they could approach her to sleep with them.
After a recent performance in Bloemfontein, an irate Zodwa took to social media to voice her frustration and warning to men who thought they had a chance to sleep with her.
Zodwa was fuming after being mistreated at a gig and took to Instagram to let all men, including the men she works with, know that she will stand her ground and tell them where they can get off.
She wrote: "I Work with men but once they think they can f*ck me I go crazy��".
According to TshisaLive, Zodwa said she may dress half-naked, but she's not easy.
"People think that they can look down on me and that I should bow down to them. I am not like that. I think that when people don't know you, they think that I am half-naked that my brains are also half-naked. When you get to know me, you can see how I am," she told the publication.
She also added that she was approachable for photos but not their advances and was not afraid to call men out in public.
"I am approachable for photos and conversations but not for other things. I call them to order. I tell them to f*ck off. I stand my ground."
Fans suggested she get security to protect her but Zodwa said she already had bodyguards but wants to be among the people.
"I am not scared. If I can talk about it, I can take care of them myself. But I am not going to live in a bubble. I love my fans and I want to be with them. I want to inspire them to stand their ground."
Four days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa Wabantu has faced a lot of harsh criticism in her time, but she has always held her head high and stayed true to herself. Being a celeb comes with a lot of challenges, pressure and opinions, and no one’s made of rock, not even Zodwa.
The Vosho Queen has faced her battles with pride. Briefly.co.za knows that Zodwa hustles hard and always puts her career first. Zodwa has made a rock-solid career that has opened doors she never dreamed of. Zodwa made the decision to put her retirement on hold and give the people what they want. With back-to-back performances and a reality TV show about to launch, Zodwa has had her hands full.
Mzansi’s Vosho Queen recently took to social media with a post that got fans a little worried. Zodwa is not one to show ‘weakness’, so, when she expressed that she sometimes breaks down in tears, fans knew it was serious.
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